BLUE PEARL GT GRANITE

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Blue pearl GT is a dark blue granite slab with medium to large sized blue - grey spots and shimmering grains in a discrete pattern that adds natural beauty to any interior and exterior designs. This startling granite is quarried in Norway but found in other regions of the world.

Natural stone Granite does not come in regularly uniform colors because the colour of the granite is created at the discretion of nature. Hence, the blue pearl GT granite may show differences in colours and patterns from one slab to another.

Granites are natural stone which adds charm and elegance to any living space. Granites are formed by the slow crystallization of magma underneath the earth’s surface. It is composed mainly of natural quartz and feldspar with subtle amounts of organic minerals, mica and amphiboles. This process of veining, swirling and crystallization, as well as a beautiful natural palette of colouration  are formed under intense heat and pressure under the earth. Unlike marbles, granite worktops require easy and low cost care practices.

The natural stone is devoid of chemicals and highly adapted for hot and cold weather conditions. Blue pearl GT granite countertops is a sought after natural stone for a variety of reasons such as resistance to corrosion by acidic liquids, low water absorption capacity which makes the material resistant to stains, polished finish gives sophisticated appeal to any given space apparently with simple and low cost maintenance routine.

Granite tiles usually go through different texture defining processes like leather, flamed, brushed, polished, honed and sandblasted finish. The granite is available in polished finish with 20mm thickness. The polished finish of the granite brings out the brilliance and luster of the smooth surface, making the granite slab look unique and attractive and best complemented with white cabinets.

The polished texture of the granite is remarkable for exterior application but best complimented if designed as a countertop and flooring. The granite is an ideal choice for Bar countertops, Bathroom coverings, Bathroom worktops, Bench top, Countertops, Fireplace surrounds, Floorings, Kitchen worktops, Reception desks, Shower tray, staircases, Table tops, Vanity tops, Wall cladding and Washbasins,

Application: Kitchen countertop, bathroom vanity, backsplash, fireplace, surround, flooring, outdoor kitchen countertop.

Transport Charges need to pay separately

Transport Charges - Purchase Value

Zone Area Value £500 - £1500 + VAT Value £1501 - £3500 +VAT Value £3501 - £6000 +VAT Value £6001 - Infinite +VAT
A London, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire £75 £50 £0 £0
B Anglia, South East, Northampton £100 £75 £50 £0
C East Midlands, West Midlands, South West £125 £100 £100 £0
D Wales, Yorks / Humber, North West £150 £125 £125 £100
E North East On Demand £200 £150 £100
F Scotland, NI , Ireland, Isle of Man and Isle Of Anglesey On Demand On Demand £300 £250

  
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In view of the current pandemic situation the container cost will be slightly different from the regular pricing in this material.

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Composition of Granite

Granite is a coarse-grained, light-coloured igneous rock composed of feldspars and quartz with minor quantities of mica and amphibole minerals. Taking a closer look at the mineral composition is focused on understanding the pattern and colour of the slabs. Feldspar is abundantly found in granite, they constitute pink, grey, or reddish pigments. Quartz is a colourless, transparent mineral. Mica has muscovite and biotite of the mica mineral family sheds a reflective vitreous luster. Amphibole mineral-like hornblende is dark in colour and has a prismatic appearance. Special names are given according to their grain sizes. The large-grained crystals are called pegmatite, and the fine-grained from crystallizing is termed Aplite.

Maintenance for your Granite worktop

Avoid using string and harmful chemicals, acid-based cleaners, or corrosive scrubs. Using Mild Soap liquid or pH neutral cleaning liquid and a microfiber cloth can get your kitchen or any granite surface to keep looking attractive, & last longer.

The sealant added to the granite gives the more reliable performance of keeping the spillage during cooking from being absorbed into the grains. An immediate wiping is recommended to prolong the life of the granite worktop. Discoloration and marks are a threat to the granite if the chopping board is not in place. Carelessness can make the sturdy stone chipping or stain resistant which could deteriorate a beautiful centerpiece of a Kitchen.

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